Question about 1995 Ford Windstar
Sounds as if the key and cylinder will need to be replaced. The cylinder will not be very expensive but it will take you time to get to it. You will need to remove the steering wheel, lock plate, and turn signal assembly in order to remove screw holding the cyclinder. The tools can usually be rented at your local auto parts store for little to no money. It would be advisable to change it out as it may soon go from loose to freezing up on you. good luck.
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